#11 Lavender Scallops
The Lavender Scallops has beautiful variegated leaves with green, cream, and blue hues. They will give the best of colors when kept in bright sunlight.
#12 Donkey Tail
The Donkey Tail succulent needs a hanging basket for its growth. It takes a magnificent hue of blue and green in indirect light.
#13 Hybrid Century Plant
This evergreen hybrid variety forms fleshy silver-blue leaves. Keep it on a balcony or porch where it can receive some direct sunlight.
#14 Short Leaved Aloe
This Short Leaved Aloe has teeth on the edges of its leaves which make this succulent unique. Keep it in shade or else the plant will take a red-yellow hue in full sun.
#15 Blue Spruce Stonecrop
The Blue Spruce Stonecrop is drought-tolerant succulent, it produces small, blue leaves that resemble needles of a blue spruce conifer. It looks stunning on green roofs, walkways, and pots.
#16 Propeller Plant
The succulent has blue-gray leaves which look like the propeller of an airplane! It looks cute in small pots.
#17 Blue Burrito
This Blue Burrito grows in clumps and forms long stems with green leaves and pink blush at the tips.
#18 Pacific Blue Ice
The Pacific Blue Ice succulent has a distinct cupped form and produces rounded rosettes of icy, blue-green leaves with rosy centers.
#19 Black Spined Agave
This Black Spined Agave is easy-to-care, it forms a rosette of fleshy and narrow, powder blue foliage with maroon tips.
#20 Azulita Echeveria
This succulent produces small rosettes of icy blue leaves covered in powdery farina and beautiful red tips.